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Collision Industry Foundation elects Ann Gonzalez of I-CAR as new trustee

Tuesday, April 16, 2019 - 07:00
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The Collision Industry Foundation (CIF) announced the election of Ann Gonzalez, Vice President, Strategic Development at I-CAR to the CIF Board of Trustees.

Ms. Gonzalez leads the development of strategies and key initiatives for I-CAR both domestically and abroad and provides guidance through performance-driven initiatives. As well, Ms. Gonzalez has a successful track record building and positioning brands. 

"We welcome Ann to the board of Trustees and look forward to her assistance communicating to the industry at large about the great work CIF volunteers do to answer the call when tragedy strikes,” stated Michael Quinn, Senior Vice-President at AirPro Diagnostics and CIF Board Chair. “It’s important our industry brothers and sisters are made aware of the valuable resources CIF has made available to them.”

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“I heard about the mission and vision of CIF and I immediately knew that I wanted to be involved,” Ms. Gonzalez shared. “I am proud to join an organization that works tirelessly to provide assistance during critical times of crisis, and I look forward to contributing at CIF in support of the valuable and essential work the Foundation does in providing emergency relief to the industry.”

About CIF: The Collision Industry Foundation (CIF)is the 501(c)3 charitable arm of the collision repair industry. We are dedicated to raising, managing and donating funds to provide emergency relief to the collective repair community at large who have been impacted by natural disasters or other catastrophic events.  For more information, visit:

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